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, and a little while. first, congressman steven horsford, a democratic freshman from nevada. he is up next. we will be right back. ♪ ♪ [video clip] >> 3 meters. ok, stand by. >> contact. >> glad to see you. >> it's hard to realize now 25 years after apollo-soyuz what the climate was like back then. in a way, after the years of khrushchev and stalin and communism, the lectern with his shoe and all that, the soviets were very foreign to us. after some of the things that happened, we thought they were pretty aggressive people -- and i will not say monsters, but they probably thought we were monsters. so we very quickly broke through that, because when you deal with people that are in the same line of work as you are and you are around them for a short time, you discover that they are human beings. >> this weekend on american history tv, oral history, on the 1975 meeting in space between u.s. astronauts and soviet cosmonauts, sunday at 3:00 p.m. eastern on c-span3. [video clip] >> from the very start, organized militaries have always spent a lot of their time fighting unconventional, a regular
to the governor of nevada giving his state of the state address giving out this particular issue. [video clip] >> i announced nevada would comply with the affordable care act as they related to the expansion of medicare services. as a result, some 78,000 more nevadans will have coverage without facing the new tax penalties imposed by the affordable care act. [applause] the federal law allows us to shift the mental health and other state spending to other sources say. the general on nearly $25 million over the biennium. over the next six years, this will create up to 8000 new health-care jobs and inject over half a billion dollars into where state's economy. as i noted before, we must increase taxes to bear the increased cost of the affordable care act, but the issue of the long-term health care costs remain. as such, i believe we must ask certain medicaid patients to have a modest contribution. i will insist nv will be able to opt out of the expansion program in early -- in later years should circumstances change. [applause] beyond medicaid, my budget provides additional funding for our state
from oregon southward to nevada and arizona, a really beautiful weather pattern. and we are going to make it pretty nice today on friday in the northwest with temperatures in the upper 40s to lower 50s. just to make richard more jealous, here's the difficult five-day forecast in l.a. as we go through the weekend, mid-70s and drop to 72 by the time we get to monday. >> not 72, please, bill, no! i'm going to have to put on an extra parka or something. >>> oprah's 59th birthday was a little more painful thanks to tyler perry. oprah said he sent her a flower arrangement so large she pulled her back trying to lift it. the biggest surprise oprah picks things up herself. >>> patty andrews of the andrew sisters has died at the age of 94. remember that song. that trio was best known for that song "boogie woogie bugle boy of company b." >>> rihanna has officially confirmed she is back with chris brown. the two split in 2009 after brown severely beat rihanna but she's saying, quote, it's different now, we don't have those types of arguments anymore, end quote. >>> for the first time in 36 ye
, the consumer electronics show is currently going on in las vegas, nevada. all kinds of new tech "stuff" is being introduced. >> the latest and greatest. >> when it comes to the cutting edge of technology we have our own expert, our own consumer electronics show man. >> he's an expo in himself. >> yeah, he is. zach. hey there, zach. >> hello. >> what's up, dude? >> i love to have new toke show us. >> the first calmed the copy census, a smartphone cover that actually acts as its ownch device. >> wht? >> right n iphones, so your iphone 4, 4s or 5. >> playing pebble run. >> yep. >> you use your fingers on the back of your phone to operate your phone? >> exactly. >> the front of the phone is not good enough? why? >> the main reason they're using this is is because it will allow you to see your entire screen without having your fingers in the way. >> oh. i see. it's just going to take getting used to, because you'd be going like this instead of like this, i mean, okay. >> and keeps your screen cleaner. think about it. when you touch just the cover, when you go to talk on the phone you're not
nevada. for 30 years, republicans and democrats in nevada have said they don't want nuclear waste buried in nevada. anything that touches the local state touches the constituents, and touches the people who are going to vote for them. when we get to national issues, however, it is different situation. the number out of 233 republicans and house, only 16 of them were elected from districts carried by president obama. up to 200 democrats -- of the 200 democrats, only eight or nine or elected from districts carried by governor romney. that means the greatest danger to these republicans and democrats is in the primaries. what happens if you or a member of congress, you are great concern is to protect yourself in those primaries from people coming at you from the left and right. congresswoman edwards touched on it. there is only one way around this. it takes leadership to provide cover in politics, to get people the courage to stand up and do what is right. how do you get there? members of congress -- i have been in this town for 30 years. they don't know each other anymore. they don't spend
nevada. it appears byrne chose to walk from the music festival back to the resort. authorities believe she made a wrong turn and froze to death. her body wasn't found until days later because of snow banks as tall as ten feet tall along the area. the petaluma community is putting on two fund raisers to pay tribute to 19-year- old alyssa byrne. the first wraps up at nine tonight. kron 4's mike pelton shows us where the money is going. >> reporter: friends and strangers came here to this 'beyond the glory'.. with a 10% going to be center for missing children and exploited children. they've also put out a donation box for familie the family. >> i think that this situation is terrible and all aspects. i feel like just trying to help another family not having to go through this would be the best for everybody. >> a second fund-raiser is called tomorrow tomorrowpongo's tap.. >>> the community of steubenville ohio is outraged over the recent release of new information and images in a rape case involving an underage girl and two high school football players. we go now to susan candiotti for a
of labor hilda solis. two of the outstanding members of the congressional delegation from nevada, steve horseburg and vina titus. your own mayor carolyn goodman! but we also have some mayors that flew in because they know how important the issue we're going to talk about today is, maria lopez rogers from avondale, arizona, quassim reed from atlanta, georgia, greg stem from phoenix, arizona, and ashley swearington from fresno, california. and all of you are here as well as some of the top labor leaders in the country and we are just so grateful, some outstanding business leaders are here as well. and, of course, we got wonderful students here. so i could not be prouder of our students. is now those of you that have a seat, feel free to take a seat. i don't mind. [ inaudible ] >> i love you back. last week, last week i had the honor of being sworn in for a second term as president of the united states. and during my inaugural address, i talked about how making progress on the defining challenges of our time doesn't require us to settle every debate or ignore every difference that we may h
hill. the president will discuss the issue tomorrow in nevada. a bipartisan group of six senators scheduled to unveil a comprehensive immigration reform plan this week. members of this group agree a pathway to legal residency must be a part of a time proposal. however they are still divided on what a pathway to citizenship should look like. >>> today the senate is expected to vote on a $50 billion sandy relief bill. the vote comes three months after the storm slammed into the northeastern seaboard leaving 3500 families still living in temporary house not guilty hotels right now. >>> . the pro bowl was yesterday in hawaii. super bowl sunday ravens versus 49ers in new orleans. most of us are debating who is going to win the super bowl , the game of football and safety of football players has been a major topic of discussion all year. the debate has grown as we learn more about the long-term effects of head injuries. >>> a family started suing the nfl i a long list of other lawsuits on the docket soon. >>> president obama was asked about the risks which are inherent to football. he
cars crashing entoeach other. in reno, nevada, roads are so icy that traffic is backed up for hours. troopers responding to dozens of accidents. >>> look at this whiteout in north dakota. warning drivers to go slowly or just stay inside. the expected high today in north dakota, 0. >>> ousted egyptian president hosni mubarak won a retrial during the 2011 revolution. responsible for the murders by government security forces. both were sentenced to life in prison. the retrial based on the same evidence, but this time judges will be allowed to consider mubarak's health. he recently broke his ribs in a fall. his trial drew the world's attention because he was the first arab leader to be jailed by his own people and he appeared in court lying on a hospital bed confined to a cage. i'm joined now by cairo by sarah. early afternoon where you are. what is the reaction there? >> so far, a lot of uncertainty about how there will be no evidence submitted to the court. mubarak that there is new evidence that could be accepted by the court. but everyone is wondering about the fact, the fact-findin
by mavericks. >> from the mountains to the coastguard with tons of sun in the sierra nevada back home, you see haze in the atmosphere. taking a look at san francisco from the east bay camera, nine hours and 57 minutes of daylight. sea are building and occasional sets of 20 feet and long swells and all the conditions coming together for those perfect waves. live doppler 7-hd, very quiet the past couple of days or past couple of weeks. our sweep maybe by the middle of the week picking up a few returns but it's going to take time to break down the ridge. colder denser air to drain into the valleys. upper 20s to low 30s. we talked about the low relative humidity. now it's at 28%. gusty winds at times, 15-25 miles an hour. if you are heading to the shoreline, not only dangerous, it will be breezy here. mid 40s in monterey with 31 in gilroy. looking at numbers coming up as much as 30 degrees today. compared to yesterday, colder in parts of the north bay, much milder around half moon bay. else where a couple degrees cooler for fremont. san jose, it's been pretty cool for you in the south bay. by the
. next week the president is going to be going to nevada to talk about immigration reform. i mean, do you think that we can get immigration reform in this country? i mean, are there going to be -- i don't think there is going to be 60 votes for the assault weapons ban. there is not going to be 60 votes for climate change. what about immigration reform? >> well, i think you're probably right. and what ends up happening is if you manage to cobble together some agreement, which does get you 60 votes, what you can be absolutely assured of is that that piece of legislation is going to be much, much more conservative, much less effective than it otherwise would have been. could we get 51 votes to create millions of jobs and rebuild the infrastructure? yeah, i think we can. can we get 51 votes to ask the wealthy and large corporations to help us with deficit reduction rather than cut social security and medicare? i think we can. but can we get 60 votes for those proposals? no, we can't. >> senator bernie sanders, good to have you with us this evening. thank you so much. >>> coming up, the republ
to immigration reform. today the president is going to address that issue in nevada as well. delia goncalves is live here on capitol hill with some of the reaction to the proposal. there's a groundswell for some kind of reform. >> reporter: sure. lots of folks are very excited on capitol hill but there's still a lot of critics who say this is nothing more than just amnesty and what they've seen before and what they've turned down before in the past. so certainly you can expect an uphill battle ahead like many other issues here on capitol hill. don't expect any legislation just yet, even though the president is heading out to las vegas a little later today. the gang of eight announced their plan yesterday at a news conference. they say they're working on a bill and hope to bring it to a vote this summer. their plan -- under their plan, 11 million undocumented immigrants will get temporary legal status if they pass a background check, pay fines and backtaxes and of course learn english. but republicans defeated a similar plan in 2007 and argue this also amounts to amnesty. >> you had promised
nevada congress finally approved it. the president praised lawmakers for passing it but criticized them for taking so lg do it. >>> congress to overhaul the nation's immigration laws. he unveiled his own reform proposal wred in las vegas. he wants to boost border security and crackdown on employers hiring undocumented workers. he wants to create a path to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented immigrants living in this country. he is threatening to send his own legislation to capitol hill if congress doesn't act on it. >>> immigration rights activists say they're happy with the president's plan. they watched his speech yesterday at sass a demaryland in lang land. >> we're going to keep mobilizing hundreds of people, even april 10. we're hoping 500,000 people come to the national mall and push for a comprehensive immigration reform. >> the immigration plan on spanish language channels, telemundo. >>> we'll find out who replace i don't know kerry in the senate for several months. deval patrick announcing an interim senator. voters will elect a permanent replacement in june. he's goin
. that the to say, that the various members of congress in the states that, the west virginia, virginia, nevada wherever you go, i think that the poll may reflect that the majority of americans do not in fact want to step in the way of some gun control problems. but, i any when you get out there in the red states, as you point out, it's a different matter, and i think when it gets to congress, that will stymie many of the reforms that are predicted. >> no less than former president bill clinton addressed this last weekend in a gathering of obama donors saying that folks in red states have a different attitude toward this. he thinks that democrats that have that constituent base will be in trouble. and president clinton pointed out that the intensity gun rights owners and second amendment advocates is higher than among gun control advocates. >> the other point though is that we can acknowledge the people have different relationships with guns while they are still pushing for gun safety legislation. there's a movement that is around gun safety, specifically a as a result of the reaction to newtow
in nevada. we will carry the remarks this afternoon. how should the laws on immigration reform be changed or enforced? here are the numbers to call. for democrats, 202-585-3880. for republicans, 202-585-3881. for independents, 202-585-3882. you can also find us online, send us a tweet by writing to twitter.com/c-spanwj, or share your comments with us on facebook by searching for c- span. you can also e mail us, journal@c-span.org. here is the headline from "the washington post," this morning -- "senators outline immigration plan." host: let's take a listen to some of that press conference from yesterday afternoon. senator chuck schumer opened things up. here is what he had to say about the details so far. [video clip] >> americans overwhelmingly oppose illegal immigration and support legal immigration. to this end, we have four basic pillars. tough but fair passed to citizenship for illegal immigrants in the united states. second, reforming the legal immigration system to better recognize the importance of characteristics that will help to build the american economy and strengthen america
nevada, where one in four residents is latino, the president vowed to overhaul the nation's immigration system. he promised to strengthen enforcement at the workplace, stepping up penalties for hiring undocumented workers. streamline the legal immigration system for high-skilled workers. and at the center of his plan, create a path to citizenship for 11 million undocumented immigrants, already living in the united states. >> we've got to lay out a path, a process that includes passing a background check, paying taxes, paying a penalty, learning english, and then going to the back of the line. >> reporter: he also issued this warning. >> and if congress is unable to move forward in a timely fashion, i will send up a bill based on my proposal, and insist that they vote on it right away. >> reporter: the president's critics are howling. when senator marco rubio defended reform to rush limba h limbaugh, he got an earful. >> what you are doing is admirable and noteworthy. you are recognizing reality. my concern is the president wants people to believe something that isn't true, that you rea
in the abstract nevada coming clean with the public only if we sharply curtail all popular programs. when i read that quote, what i immediately think of is the debate where governor romney identified big bird because the best that he could come up with in termings of a cut was pbs, which i think makes the point. >> michael, it's a lot worse than that. you may recall that president obama, through the affordable care act, generated 700 in the entitlements. no, they attacked them for those cuts. and they said we'll put it back in. so the hipocrasey is very deep. this is a little economic. just do this thought experiment. suppose you found an honest republican, and there are some, who said we can balance the bungt. if we collect 25% of gdp in revenue and spend 25% in out leis, those balances are out. they would run from you in horror. they're not interested in balancing the budget. they're interested in shrinking the government. however, when it actually comes to plans, trugman is partially right. now, there are republicans who talk about block-granting medicaid. who talk about premium support. they
the state of nevada. ron paul did not win either state, and yet, there were a lot of delegates that were supposed to go to romney, that ended up having ron paul supporters fill that slot. shouldn't the romney folks feel as if delegates who are assigned to him, be forced to vote for him, at least on the first ballot? >> chuck, you gave a remarkably good run down on some major aspects of the rules battle, but in this respect, you didn't get it quite right. what was at issue was not whether or not candidates got the delegate votes that they would win in a primary, but whether or not a presidential candidate could disallow and remove delegates that they didn't like. there was a big uproar over this. and there was no question, ever, that delegate votes won in a primary wouldn't be cast as allocated by state law. >> let me stop you here. you, specifically say "primary." you believe it's different for caucus states? >> well, in a caucus situation, the people are actually elected as delegates, in some way, under state party rules. so it really wasn't an issue with respect to caucus states, becau
the nomination was because of proportional delegation. when he lost nevada to senator clinton, he won more delegates because he won the congressional districts. democrats complain about it, but they also have proportional delegation in their own party. >> to me, if there was a way to just do it, forget congressional districts. because everybody cheats. when the other guy is drawing the line, you say he's cheating. but if you just did popular vote and did proportional allocations, that would -- wouldn't that be more fair? i don't think it's fair right now, 51% of the vote in the state goes to one guy, he gets 100% of the electoral college votes. >> that's a very interesting idea. to the point you raised before, when you're talking about in california, california is a democratic state. but there are a lot of republicans in that democratic state. and you don't have republican presidential candidates trying to win their votes. so if you said that if republicans are -- have 40% of the vote, allocate 40% of those electorat electorates, thaet not a crazy idea. in virginia, the state that set off
of the latino vote in american politics than nevada. 2010, harry reid won 69% of latinos in his race against sharron angle. two years later, obama won that vote matching what he received nationwide. they make up 27% of the state's population overall, 19% of the actual voting electorate. critics also charge the president though is making a political point by flying nine hours to make this immigration speech. five there, four on the way back. but in some ways he's returning to del sol high school where he was met with huge crowds during his 2008 campaign, a day after the group of senators unveiled their new plan for dealing with roughly 11 million undocumented people living in this country. this trip, by the way, is all about the white house saying hey, we made a campaign promise. and we're going to go to places that they made this campaign promise to show we're trying to fulfill it. >> we have been too content for too long to allow individuals to mow our lawn, serve our food, clean our homes, and even watch our children while not affording them any of the benefits that make our country so gre
and will do that in las vegas. in nevada, a state where hispanicses makes.27% of the population, comes a day after a bipartisan group of eight senators reached a compromise how to move forward with comprehensive immigration reform. included in that bill, a pathway to citizenship for 11 million undocumented workers currently in this country. >> other bipartisan groups and senators have stood in the same spot before trumpeting similar proposals, but we believe this will be the year congress finally gets it done. the politics on this issue have been turned upside down. for the first time ever, there's more political risk opposing immigration reform than supporting it. >> the what's going on now is unacceptable. in reality, what's been created is a de facto amnesty. we have been too content for too long to allow individuals to mow our lawn, serve our food, clean our homes and even watch our children while not affording them any of the benefits that make our country so great. >> a few of the bullet points, under the framework, those seeking citizenship would be required to register with the feder
scholarship offers to play baseball in college, but turned them down for a football scholarship at nevada. his parents spoke about his work at the experience the 49ers will take on the baltimore ravens and the super bowl on february the third. >> coming up on kron 4 morning news. the largest retailer in america will soon open its smallest door. lucky charms?! ♪ yer always after me lucky charms! whoa. i forgot how good these taste! [ lucky ] ♪ they're magically delicious now all general mills big g kid cereals have more whole grain than any other ingredient in cereals like lucky charms and cinnamon toast crunch, the delicious way to help them grow up strong. u-verse high speed internet. you know, in my day you couldn't just start streaming six ways to sunday. you'd get knocked off. and sometimes, it took a minute to download a song. that's sixty seconds, for crying out loud. we know how long a minute is! sitting, waiting for an album to download. i still have back problems. you're only 14 and a half. you kids have got it too good if you ask me. [ male announcer ] now u-verse high speed inte
nevada, georgia, texas and tennessee are sending recruiters to the golden state to lure businesses with the promise of lower taxes and less regulation. ceo of the arizona congress authority which is opened up to offices in california joining us now. i find this so interesting. he said these offices up and then what? these and other scouts to help the ceos? >> we have two offices. our focus is continuing to build bilateral business relations between arizona and california. tracy: you have low corporate taxes, low real estate taxes for commercial properties. i would think it'd be pretty easy to wear the businesses in. what stops them? >> we have had great success working with california businesses. our strategy is to work with california businesses looking to expand their operations outside of california. in addition to that we are working with arizona businesses looking for a new market. the ninth larges next largest ee world and proximity to california is a real business advantage. tracy: getting some pretty good tax breaks. can the state continue to afford to offer such good deals
to put them in a repository, later they settle on yucca mountain, nevada. now that's been revoked, and so who knows? but that book edited with the assertion that in all likelihood fuel rods won't remain where they are now, at storage pools at every power plant in the country. that's exactly where they are. this industry had a death wish. and, you know, some people who read that book, you know, i don't know, kind of decided that we were anti-nuclear. that was not the case at all. but just deal with the problems that are within the industry and that are solvable. deal with them instead of pretending. nothing has changed. nothing has changed. >> guest: some people ask us about do you feel bad about whatever you've brought to light, nothing is acted on, and we always have a simple answer for that. of these things take time the more complicated they are, but the nuclear waste issue is a very interesting one in that context pause when we wrote that -- because when we wrote that book and talked about the low-level waste -- and as far as we know there isn't any more tabulation on that, but i coul
in nevada and has a silicon valley feel. great pay and perks and fun culture. the model there is create a little fun and weirdness. >> i always heard recently airlines are struggling yet you like one airline in particular, southwest airlines. why is that on your list? >> your perception of airlines is right. southwest is the exception. southwest a long time ago decided the best way to forgive their customers a great experience is make sure the people who work there are having a good time. they have great pay, great benefits and really fun culture. >> what jobs specifically might people be looking for at southwest airlines? >> there are a lot of jobs at southwest. it's the same culture. work had the gate, flight attendant, pilot. >> have to have the training to be a pilot. recent college grad, might want to train a little bit. you say the state department and government it contracting company called fci federal are good places. >> if you're going to work for the government, why not work at the part of the government that will send you to a foreign lo kail, teach you a foreign language. t
, the certificate of electoral vote of the state of nevada seems to be regular in form and authentic, and it appears that barack obama of illinois received six votes for president and joseph biden of delaware received six votes for vice-president. >> mr. president, another set of the electoral vote of the state of new hampshire seems to be regular in form and authentic, and it appears that barack obama of illinois received four votes for president and joseph biden of delaware received a lot of votes for vice president. >> the certificate of the electoral vote of new jersey seems to be regular in farm and authentic, and it appears there from the barack obama of illinois received 14 votes for president and joseph biden received 14 votes for vice president. >> mr. president, a certificate of electoral votes of at the state of new mexico seems to be regular in form and authentic, and it appears that barack obama of illinois received five votes for president and joseph biden of delaware received five votes for vice president. >> mr. president, other certificate of the electoral vote of the great state of
weather extremes. up to a foot of snow is expected to make travel a mess, from nevada, all the way to minnesota today, as the south warms the temperatures that could soar into the 70s and residents in one louisiana town clean up from a devastating tornado. >>> gun fight. theional rifle association promising it will do everything it can to block tighter gun regulations after meeting face to face with the vice president at the white house. >>> this morning the nra's president speaks out to us in a live interview. >>> and absolutely brilliant. that's how the duchess of cambridge is describing her first official portrait this morning after attending its unveiling with her husband, prince william. do you agree? we'll let you decide "today," friday, january 11th, 2013. >>> from nbc news, this is a special edition of "today," countdown to the golden globes, with matt lauer, live from studio 1a, and savannah guthrie, live from los angeles. >> and good morning. welcome to "today" on a friday morning, special split edition of the show. i'm matt lauer. >> morning, everyone. i'm savannah guthr
underway for about an hour. we will try to go to carl in vegas, nevada. the house is about to come in. make it quick. caller: i want to talk about gun control. they do not need a gun that they can shoot and kill someone from 5 miles away. it does not help them. they do not need to go out and hunt with a game -- a gun like that. they keep it for one reason only -- so they can protect themselves against the government. that's what it's all about. host: "the new york times" editorial today weighing in saying the white house has a rare chance to propose and pushed through an agenda for public safety. the assault weapon ban should be renewed and tightened with a special emphasis on those that hold more than 10 rounds. offered by our chaplain, father conroy. chaplain conroy: let us pray. god of the universe, we give us thanks for giving us another day. the people's house gathers today and celebrates in its gathering the wonder of our constitutional form of government. our nation has once again achieved something so often lacking in our world history, the peaceful transition of democratic governme
? massachusetts, california, oregon, nevada, maine. the question is no longer if they legalized. the question is not ask him about mine. it's compelling evidence to suggest of the legalized in short order so experimentation of multiple experience, much harder to turn around and think about how to handle it. both versions of those files look like and how did they influence the federal response is now. don't think about how advocacy groups responsible for dropping these initiatives, don't think they don't pay attention. the federal government is going to have a much harder time for teen legalization in colorado than in washington. why? because the colorado initiative is much easier to crack down on legalization with a strong regulation. so the easiest way to the glass marijuana if you want to get the federal government off your back is to simply repeal marijuana laws and its own regulations in place. it's a perverse situation. they really perverse situation. a federal response could stimulate more versions of marijuana legalization with even fewer protections for the first of people we care abo
this this was in nevada and senator harry reid is a powerful figure in the united states congress but they're actually wertheim not mistaken some scientific studies that raised questions about that. we took the position in "forevermore: nuclear waste in america" should put any of this in the ground, any of the high-level stuff because it is supposedly safe but things can happen. tectonic movement over time, best to keep it above ground one way or another where you can see what is going on and control it. we want to bury this stuff so we don't have to think about it but that is not the thing to do because it raises all kinds of concerns down the line in years and beyond that we don't know what is going to happen. keep it in sight. it is a better way to deal with it. >> host: ron e-mails in during the recent recession and housing crash the only area where housing prices went up rather than down within counties surrounding washington d.c. where so-called public servantss were prospering for routes the recession and was putting millions out of their home. isn't government the only growth industry in the u
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